Up in smoke! Former UFC fighter Miguel Torres arrested for weed
According to records released by the Marshall County (Ind.) Sheriff's Department, Torres, 32, was charged with possession of marijuana. He posted a $1,500 cash bond later in the day. A minuscule amount in comparison to the grand total of $100,000 Jason Miller had to shell out in August, which as a whole, hasn't been a stellar month for former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fighters.
In the state of Indiana, marijuana possession is a misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in prison and a maximum fine of $5,000 dollars.
At (40-6), the struggling bantamweight has not thrown down since a split decision loss to Marlon Moraes during last November's World Series of Fighting 1 (WSOF) event in Las Vegas.